19 names.

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1. Mary Lambert Mary Lambert Director, Pet Sematary
2. James Sallis James Sallis Writer, Drive
3. Chuck Williams Chuck Williams Actor, Bubba Ho-Tep Chuck Williams moved to Hollywood from Tucson, Arizona to become an actor, his enthusiasm for every aspect of filmmaking quickly forced him to broaden his horizons. He has worked as an assistant director alongside such Hollywood heavyweights as James Cameron, Rob Cohen, Kathryn Bigelow, John Badham, Penelope Spheeris, Jonathan Kaplan, David Fincher, Jim Kouf and a host of others...
4. William Warfield William Warfield Self, Bernstein in London William Warfield was a concert baritone singer, who gave his recital debut in New York's Town Hall in 1950. He was then quickly invited by the Australian Broadcast Corporation to tour Australia for thirty-five concerts. As an actor, he appeared in only two motion pictures, one of them being his memorable performance as Joe in the 1951 version of Show Boat...
5. Richard Haydel Richard Haydel Actor, Henry Aldrich, Boy Scout Richard was one of those promising talents which dotted the Hollywood landscape in its golden age. Despite his striking looks, Richard Haydel did not live to realize a solid career in the movies. He played few significant parts in his short career. He died of an acute respiratory infection in St. Louis, Missouri at the age of 22.
6. Michael Twitty Michael Twitty Self, The Life and Times of Conway Twitty
7. Andy Shuford Andy Shuford Actor, The Montana Kid
8. Ellis Valentine Ellis Valentine Self, Superstar/Salem
9. Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith Actor, The Blues Brothers
10. Cedell Davis Cedell Davis Soundtrack, Santa's Slay
11. Jimmy McCracklin Jimmy McCracklin Soundtrack, It's Kind of a Funny Story Pianist/singer Jimmy McCracklin was born in 1921 in Arkansas but raised in St. Louis, MO. He served in the US Navy during World War II, and after the war he moved to Los Angeles, CA, to become a professional boxer, using the name Jimmy Mackey. He fought as a light-heavyweight, and won nearly two dozen bouts before deciding to leave boxing for a career as an R&B pianist...
12. Alex Johnson Alex Johnson Self, Mark Fidrych
13. Roberta Martin Roberta Martin Soundtrack, Mississippi Burning
14. Roosevelt Sykes Roosevelt Sykes Soundtrack, Denise Calls Up Roosevelt Sykes was a prolific blues pianist with a lot of mix between ragtime and blues. He was a great entertainer almost always with a cigar in his mouth. He got to cut a record under the Okeh label around 1929. "44 Blues" became a hit and he moved to Chicago and started a band and played frequently during the thirties and forties...
15. Blanche Lincoln Blanche Lincoln Self, 14 Women
16. Robert Nighthawk Robert Nighthawk Self, Maxwell Street Blues
17. Leotis Martin Leotis Martin Self, Sonny Liston: The Mysterious Life and Death of a Champion
18. George Harmonica Smith George Harmonica Smith Self, Gunsmoke Blues
19. Red Holloway Red Holloway Music Department, Can't Be Heaven
19 names.